The latest UEM Cloud update brings a number of key updates for developers. Let’s start with biggest one – Support for BlackBerry Dynamics. For those of you new to UEM Cloud, login to your organisation account and add an UEM Cloud Server. For example:
You will need to enter a custom domain which will create a tenant for you to login and develop with. For more information go here.
To develop with Dynamics your cloud server will need the following configured
Active Directory – existing Active Directory behind a corporate firewall. See item 2.
BlackBerry Connectivity Node – It allows you to connect remotely behind a firewall to corporate resources i.e. database, active directory etc.
Now you are ready to add users and their devices. Development of Dynamics should be the same as standard UEM “On-Premise” server.
Note – This release brings UEM Cloud closer to being feature equivalent to UEM On-prem. Note that REST and SOAP APIs are available in UEM On-prem are not yet available in UEM Cloud.
Ed Bourne brings over 10 years of experience in mobility as a Sr. Enterprise Solutions Manager at BlackBerry. Ed manages the technical partnerships with some of our largest Strategic Partners and Customers, helping to foster BlackBerry expertise and bring a compelling mobile experience to our joint customers.
About Gurjit Ghangura
Enterprise Solutions Developer, Love BlackBerry, Developer at Heart.
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